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The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

Every week, about 600 people read the Valley Post. Many more people listen to the audio versions of our articles that air on radio stations in Northampton, Greenfield, and Brattleboro. Donations from readers is the Valley Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

Every week, about 600 people read the Valley Post. Many more people listen to the audio versions of our articles that air on radio stations in Northampton, Greenfield, and Brattleboro. Donations from readers is the Valley Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

Every week, about 600 people read the Valley Post. Donations from readers is the Valley Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

Anyone who donates $35 annually, or volunteers four hours per year, becomes a member of the Post. When the Post has 50 or more members, the members will be able to vote for, and run for, the Post's board of directors.

The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

Every week, about 375 people read the Valley Post. Donations from readers is the Valley Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

Anyone who donates $35 annually, or volunteers four hours per year, becomes a member of the Post. When the Post has 50 or more members, the members will be able to vote for, and run for, the Post's board of directors.

The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

More than 2,200 people per month read the Valley Post. Each of those people read the Post approximately once a week, on average. The Valley Post is a non-profit organization. Donations from readers is the Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a tax-deductible donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

The Valley Post Seeks Donations, Volunteers

More than 1,400 people per month read the Valley Post. Each of those people read the Post approximately once a week, on average. The Valley Post is a non-profit organization. Donations from readers is the Post's only source of income. To avoid conflicts of interest, we reject advertising and government funding. Please make a tax-deductible donation and/or volunteer for the Valley Post.

Legendary Folk Singer Charlie King Concert Will Benefit Valley Post

Charlie King will perform a benefit concert for the Valley Post on October 2 in Hadley, Massachusetts, near Northampton. Pete Seeger said, "Charlie King is one of the finest singers and songwriters of our time."

Valley Media Event Oct. 20 Benefits Valley Post

The Valley Post will host a discussion called “The Future of the Media in the Valley” in Northampton on October 20 at 7 p.m. The speakers will be Sut Jhally and Alexandra Russell. There will be plenty of time for questions and comments from the public. The moderator will be Eesha Williams. Tea and cookies will be served.

Legendary Folk Singer Charlie King Concert Will Benefit Valley Post

Charlie King will perform a benefit concert for the Valley Post on August 1, just outside Brattleboro. Pete Seeger said, "Charlie King is one of the finest singers and songwriters of our time."